ANNOUNCE xffm now at rodent-5.3.12
xfce at sait.nl
Mon Sep 29 16:15:34 CEST 2014
That would be extremely helpful, especially with all the dependencies ...
On 28 September 2014 16:54, Liviu Andronic <landronimirc at gmail.com> wrote:
> Dear Edscott,
> Thanks a lot for this new release. Concerning Ubuntu users, have you
> considered publishing Rodent binaries on a Launchpad PPA?
> On Sun, Sep 28, 2014 at 4:40 PM, edscott wilson garcia <edscott at xfce.org> wrote:
>> Rodent 5.3.12 is now released.
>> Xffm (once known as XFce File Manager) has now entered a new step in
>> its evolution. Gtk+-3.12 is now rid of the popup and tooltip mapping
>> bug which affected certain fvwm configurations and is now considered
>> the gtk version of choice for Rodent Applications.
>> This release is the fastest and most stable to date.
>> "I must say it is the best individual software of this decade."
>> Rodent is now configured to use gtk3 by default with version
>> gtk+-3.4.0, the minimum acceptable, but 3.12 is recommended. It is
>> still possible to compile with gtk >= 2.12, but you must specify the
>> option at the configure step and will miss out on some cool new
>> features, like the pathbar.
>> Within Rodent 5.3.12 you will find that the package manager plugin now
>> supports Gentoo emerge. Furthermore, you will find that this plugin is
>> defined by means of Xschema validated XML files, which not only allow
>> easy action and option definitions, but also provides full help
>> information on package actions and options via Rodent tooltips.
>> Current supported package applications include pkg (FreeBSD), zypper
>> (OpenSUSE), yum (CentOS) and emerge (Gentoo).
>> The versioning nomenclature has also changed. The digits after the 5
>> reflect the Gtk+ version the programs, plugins and libraries have been
>> compiled without use of any deprecated symbols or methods.
>> * Download from https://sourceforge.net/projects/xffm/files/5.3.12/
>> ** You will need both rodent-5.3.13 and librfm-5.3.12. Individual
>> applications contained within rodent-5.3.12 are also available
>> contained within separate tarballs.
>> ** The "dbh" requirement is now a "GNU libdbh" reqirement
>> ** CentOS users: CentOS sudo configuration by default will only work
>> with a terminal. To use Rodent sudo options (like mount), you should
>> change this setting with visudo.
>> ** The "libtubo" requirement (libtubo-5.0.14) is also available from
>> the Rodent download site.
>> I hope Rodent may be as useful to you as it is to me.
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